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Kukarka Lace
Kukarka Lace (aka Vyatka Lace or Kirov Lace) is a type of traditional handmade bobbin weaving and one of the well-known folk Russian arts and crafts. The centre of Kukarka lace handicraft is the town of Sovetsk (formerly Kukarka Village of the Vyatka ...
Kasli Iron Casts
Kasli, one of the oldest towns of the South Ural, is famous world over thanks to its iron cast sculptures and works of applied art.
House Wood Carving
Wooden houses of Old Russia were not considered full-fledged, if not decorated with wood carving. Building of wooden houses was supplemented with indispensable decoration of window and door cases, window shutters, eaves, and other parts of the house ...
125 éve született a Molotov-koktél névadója
A Szkrjabin kereskedőcsalád sarjaként született a Moszkvától északkeletre fekvő vjatkai kormányzóság Kukarka nevű településén (ma: Szovjetszk, Kirov megye). A kazanyi reáltanodában tanult, majd tizenhat évesen csatlakozott az Oroszországi ...

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